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CAUL FAT in Baltimore area

MDicecreamguy Dec 2, 2008 04:29 AM

Would anyone know where I can get CAUL FAT in the Baltimore area?

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    pigtowner Dec 13, 2008 04:48 PM

    Did you ever find some? My husband said we actually have gotten some from Springfield farm recently.

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    1. re: pigtowner
      MDicecreamguy Dec 14, 2008 10:58 AM

      I did find it...AM Briggs Meat Company had it....thanks

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      HowChowBlog Dec 2, 2008 09:41 AM

      Have you looked at J.W. Trueth in Oella? This is near Catonsville south of the city. They butcher their own cows. I make vanilla purchases like sausages and steaks, but people on Chowhound swear by the place.

      More about J.W. Trueth: http://howchow.blogspot.com/2008/09/j...

      J W Treuth & Sons
      328 Oella Ave, Baltimore, MD

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        Vespa1 Dec 13, 2008 06:01 PM

        I'm pretty sure Trueth's is a Kosher butcher so you might have some trouble getting caul fat there.

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          HowChowBlog Dec 15, 2008 05:09 AM

          Trueth's in Oella? I think I have bought pork sausage at the store. I think I also bought scallops.

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            Jason1 Dec 15, 2008 05:50 AM

            I think Trueth's sometimes does Kosher slaughtering, but in no way are they a Kosher butcher.

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              Vespa1 Dec 15, 2008 05:55 PM

              Jason, thanks for correcting me-I haven't been there myself, I've only heard things second hand.

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        pigtowner Dec 2, 2008 07:45 AM

        I've asked at Springfield Farms before and they told me that some restaurant takes all their caul fat. But the last time I asked was probably a year ago. The guys at Truck Patch Farms are super nice, you could try emailing them. I've never seen it in their coolers at the market, but they must have it somewhere :)

        1. ko1 Dec 2, 2008 06:36 AM

          Your best bet: www.fellspointwholesalemeats.com They will sell retail if you callin advance and order.

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            bordeauxfan Dec 2, 2008 04:42 AM

            Maybe one of the Italian delis, like DiPasquales or Mastellones?

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